Don’t forget that in January 2020 the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (ANZJP) is moving to a predominantly online format and print copies of the journal will no longer automatically be sent to members. This follows Australasian Psychiatry’s move away from print earlier this year.
The last hard copy issue of ANZJP you will automatically receive is the December 2019 issue.
Opt in to a print subscription
If you prefer a hard copy of the journals, the option to maintain a print subscription to either or both ANZJP and Australasian Psychiatry in 2020 and beyond, on an opt-in basis, is still available by completing the order form.
Please note that separate order forms must be completed for each journal. The order forms should be returned to SAGE Publishing in the UK (via email or post) by 31 December 2019 if you wish to receive the first issue of either journal on time next year.
Download the ANZJP 2020 print subscription form.
Download the Australasian Psychiatry 2020 print subscription form.
Stay up to date with each new issue
The College will continue to inform you, via monthly Table of Contents email alerts, once new issues of the ANZJP and Australasian Psychiatry become available online. Other regular updates will be posted on the College website, on the College’s Twitter feed and in newsletters.
Enhanced online access
A new e-reader feature has recently been launched for both ANZJP and Australasian Psychiatry, which will enable readers to view articles in an enhanced EPUB format, in addition to the existing HTML and PDF options.
Among other features, the new format will provide a better reading experience on mobile devices and tablets, the ability to navigate through articles with section headings, and the option to save articles easily for offline reading.
From January 2020, the ANZJP will also be available to read as a digital full issue in an interactive PDF format via the Nxtbook platform. A complete PDF version of each issue of Australasian Psychiatry will continue to be published, to enable members to read an issue cover-to-cover, or print out for offline reading.
If you have any queries about ANZJP or Australasian Psychiatry, please contact email@example.com.